14. Access ~ Re-useTransparency ~ (Comm) Re-useNon-commercial ~ Commercial PSI ~ Open Data distinctions blurring
15. transition for citizens and organizations
16. tools emerging
17. opendatachallenge.org: 430 entries!
18. Low End Marketsis where activities and growth benefit most from access and lowering charges... as innovation theory also predicts
19. existing revenue models and markets
20. Competition Authorities
21. “Finally, the implementation of the law ‘Market andPublic Sector’ (Markt en Overheid) may alsoimpact the re-use policy [...] This law was adoptedby the Dutch legislator quite recently (March 2011),after years of political discussions. Briefly put andparaphrased this law, imposes a code of conductupon PSBs undertaking ‘economic activities’,prohibiting them to use public funds for economicactivities, unless this is necessary in the publicinterest. Furthermore, a PSB may not use its PSI,generated under the public task, for economicactivities (not aimed at execution of the publictask), unless this PSI is also made available tothird parties.” (PSI pricing study, forthcoming)
22. PSBs entering low end marketas perception of public task is shifting. Not to compete, but because it’s easy
23. PSI as economic instrumentPSB’s using PSI as seed capital. Expecting some return when re-use is successful. PSI as part of innovation policy.
24. Two other observations
25. bigger data
26. new types of data
27. Driving AdoptionEstablishing Impact
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